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Americans’ concerns about nuclear war and energy conflicts grows, new survey finds

Chinese President Xi Jinping (left), American President Joe Biden (center), and Russian President Vladimir Putin (right).

Americans are growing more concerned over a number of threats and issues facing the country — including thermo nuclear war and a rising tension among countries access to energy resources — according to a poll first obtained by Fox News Digital.

Respondents to a survey from the Reagan National Defense Forum (RNDF) expressed steady or increasing concern about a number of threats that could result in economic hardship or disparity for Americans, from thermo-nuclear war and terrorist attacks on the homeland to political violence and the use of surveillance to suppress human rights.

Those who took part in the questionnaire gave President Biden the lowest approval rating among the last eight U.S. presidents. Forty-three percent of those who were surveyed said they hold a “very” or “somewhat” favorable view of Biden, down five percent from those who said the same for former President Donald Trump (48%) and a 17-point drop from those who said the same for former President Barack Obama (60%).

Concerns of nuclear war and terrorist attacks are on the minds of Americans as tension increases between the U.S. and China, as well as other countries like Russia who are currently engaged in war.

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Chinese President Xi Jinping (left), American President Joe Biden (center), and Russian President Vladimir Putin (right).
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Sixty-nine percent of survey respondents said they are “extremely” or “somewhat” concerned about the threat of thermo-nuclear war within the next five years. That number is up eight percentage points from the same survey that was released in November 2021. Twenty-nine percent said they are “not very” or “not at all” concerned with the threat.

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine and the Biden administration’s unwillingness to capitalize on domestic oil production have raised concerns over the past year about access to energy amid skyrocketing inflation and rising energy prices.

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Asked whether they were concerned that countries will fight wars in the next ten years over access to oil, coal, and other energy resources, 81% of respondents said they were “extremely” or “somewhat” concerned about the issue. Seventeen percent said they were “not very” or “not at all” concerned that war would…

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